Configuring a Consignment Sale – – Kids Closet Connection

A consignment sale requires conferring and configuring under convivial conditions. When weighing the “pros” and “cons” of a Kids Closet Connection consignment sale — even the cons are positive!



The “Con”tent of a Consignment Sale

There are a lot of moving pieces to hosting a consignment sale twice a year! Volunteers come to help set up the sale. And, often, these volunteers are part of families that sell their gently-used children’s items on consignment. Hundreds of families come together to sell their items as they drop off things at a designated time and place.

The only fees associated with selling items on consignment at a Kid’s Closet Connection sale are a minimum advertising fee per season and paying out no more than 35% of total sales. Sellers keep 65% (and usually more!) of their total sale proceeds.


The “Con”ferring of “Con”viviality at our Consignment sales

Kids’ Closet Connection consignment sales are FUN! Many families come back to sell, shop or share their talents through volunteering season-after-season! And, there’s always more room in our consignment sale family, as people join our efforts  year-after-year.

Kids’ Closet Connection sales continue to grow, because we invite input from the people who have a stake in their success, too. Kids’ Closet Connection franchise owners are always sharing and swapping stories about successful strategies that work for their consignment sale.


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Kids’ Closet Connection sales have a strong foundation, because our growth has been from the bottom-up, not from the top-down. As we approach the end of April and beginning of May this week, we still have MANY nationwide sale to which we look forward!

Stay involved in your local consignment sale by giving a LIKE to your LOCAL Kids Closet Connection sale page on FACEBOOK. And, feel free to ask any questions or give feedback at the bottom of this blog – – we love hearing from you!

Here are the FINAL spring/summer sale dates for 2016:

April 28 – May 1      Blue Springs, Missouri;

April 29 – May 1      NW Montgomery Co., Maryland

April 30 – May 1      Fayetteville, North Carolina

May 5 – 7                  Adams County, Pennsylvania

May 11-14                 Leavenworth/ Wyandotte County, Kansas

May 12 – 14              Sedalia, Missouri

May 12 – 15              Frederick County, Maryland

May 19 – 21              Goodyear, Arizona

May 20 – 22              Dauphin County, Pennsylvania


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